The Washington Globe Magazine has become famous for its satirical covers which, since its inception, have featured caricatures of the leading social, political and entertainment issues of the time. Here, we've collected our favorite – and most infamous – caricatures featuring Secretary of State Elaine Barrish, all drawn by artist Steve Brodner.
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In the midst of the Hammond Sex Scandals, Susan Berg appeared on the Globe's Op-Ed page. Berg quickly became notorious for her scathing critique of the Hammonds' conduct surrounding the scandal. A year later, the columns would win her a Pulitzer.
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It didn't take long after Elaine announced her run for President for the Globe to speculate about the Hammonds' balance of power. We had seen the husband-wife team play many different parts together, but never had Elaine been the true focus of attention...
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Only months into Elaine's term as Secretary of State, the Globe mused about her influence over President Garcetti, going as far to suggest that Elaine's State Department would quickly became the de facto executive wing.
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